Sig Sauer P210A Target Description:
The Sig Sauer P210A Target (Swiss Army designation Pistole 49) is a locked breech self-loading, semi-automatic pistol designed and manufactured in Neuhausen am Rheinfall (Canton of Schaffhausen, Switzerland) by SIG. The former SIG P210a model is now the Sig Sauer P210.
The Sig Sauer p210A is of all-steel construction chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum and 7.65×21mm Parabellum. In addition, the Swiss army and police units used it from 1949 to 1975. The Military of Denmark (as M/49 Neuhausen or simply Neuhausen) also still used it.
The Sig P210a is a single-action pistol, with a magazine capacity of eight rounds of 9 mm, 7.65 mm, or .22 Long Rifle (.22 LR). Also, it is a licensed development from French-Swiss designer Charles Gabriel Petter’s Modèle 1935 pistol. The Sig P210a has a frame-mounted manual safety that blocks the trigger and a magazine disconnect safety that blocks the trigger when the magazine is removed. And it has a 120 mm high-quality barrel and the pistol is very durable and reliable. The slide and frame are machined from blocks of steel, which makes production rather costly compared to more recent pistol designs manufactured of pressings and welds.
In addition, the P210A Target takes the precision of its 1947 Swiss predecessor and greets it with new sleek, custom walnut target grips, a precision-machined stainless steel slide and frame, and a lightweight target trigger. These updated features pay homage to the original craftsmanship and bring it to a more competitive target shooting level. Meant to balance well in one hand or two, this P210 Target is chambered in 9mm and comes with both adjustable rear and fiber optic front sights. Also included are two 8 round steel magazines.
Key Features of This Sig Sauer P210A Target:
- Precision Machined Stainless Steel Slide and Frame.
- Updated Ergonomic Controls.
- Lightweight 3.5 lb Target Grade Trigger.
- 2x Magazines
- Cable Lock
- User Manual